Gemma Collins suffers a power cut 'for hours' as Storm Eunice causes chaos at her £1.3m home

GEMMA Collins suffered a power cut 'for hours' as Storm Eunice caused chaos at her £1.3m home.

The reality TV queen posted a shot of her kitchen lit up with candles after the storm struck her Essex mansion.


Gemma, 41, gave fans a glimpse inside her luxury pad after the storm left her without electricity.

The kitchen counter was decked out with tiny candles.

She wrote on her Instastories: "Power cut life. Hours!!!"

Meanwhile Gemma's fiancé has revealed the pain of seeing her self-harm and his fears she wished to kill herself.

She said she stopped cutting herself ten years ago after she saw the affect it had on her fiancé Rami Hawash.

He appeared in the TV star's Channel 4 documentary, Gemma Collins: Self-Harm & Me on Wednesday and spoke of the moment which left him "traumatised".

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Recalling his horror, Rami told Gemma: "I walked into the kitchen and you were standing there, and you’ve got this tea towel around you, and there is blood everywhere.

"And I said ‘Gemma what’s going on?’ I can see something is wrong that you’ve done something to yourself, you know, you've cut yourself.

"So I washed your hands and you started crying, and I was so shocked you know."

The Towie star replied: "Really, I can’t believe that I did it. It’s shocking to think I did it and I didn’t tell anyone at the time because I didn’t really know what it was myself."

He said: "You were telling me for weeks, 'don't worry about this' you were phoning me when I was working, like 20 times, and asking 'are you OK?' and I was like, 'no I'm not OK.'"



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